How do you know if the opportunity you are presenting is an attractive proposition to be considered? Definition of opportunity: “A time or set of circumstances that makes it possible to do something” can be applied here, such as a company restructure due to growth, or the next round of funding being secure. How might this be interpreted as a reason to attract future talent? As a passionate head hunter and business owner, I am confident that
Taking a step back to work out what you want long term is probably something we have all been advised to do at various points during our careers. Do we ever action this by working out what our end goals are and then devising a plan to achieve them? When considering an opportunity, does the potential career development on offer make the role
When a professional accepts a new position, one would expect them to be fully aware of ‘what they have signed up for’. It should be safe to assume that what has been ‘sold’ to them will become reality upon joining a new company. You would hope that the role is what you had applied for, the culture is in line with what you have been briefed on and your first impressions match your expectations during
& their impact on candidates accepting your offers: With the onset of Covid in particular, people are having to adapt and deal with additional challenges with the change in their working environment. Employees will expect increased support from their employer whilst at the same time ensuring that their health and well-being is a key priority.
How can you retain the best talent by paying the best base salaries within your industry sector? Do you even need to? Your Marketing Director or Chief Financial Officer has been in role for over five years, nurtured internally and gladly receiving the annual 1-3% salary increases to base salary as a well-respected employee who
The impact of being good, average or even bad when it comes to paying employee salaries can of course be hugely important. How do you know what to pay as a base salary in order to attract the best talent? Beyond just chucking money at salaries in order to compete with your competition, you will
As a business, you will have some great people working in your organisation. Some you will have invested time and effort in developing internally and some external hires. Either way, a significant investment of your time and money. You will have had to recruit with a designated budget in mind, often agreed through an internal